Author Steve Reedy is Today’s Honoree for Friday October 30th, 2015

SteveReedyDo you enjoy reading books that have the tone of something Shel Silverstein or Dr. Seuss would write? If so – “Tales for Your Monkey’s Mind” is something that should be on your radar.

Described as a book that is for ALL ages, author Steve Reedy makes it his goal to make his book recognized by millions of people. After spending many years studying the human body and the psychology of the human mind – Reedy wanted to write a book about the side effects of social structures and how it affects children and continues to affect adults.

“Tales for Your Monkey’s Mind” is a collection of six stories whimsically told for the young and old. It will take readers on a journey through the puzzling world of humans with hypnotic prose and fairytale fantasies. Unusual and odd, its quirky style and vibrant illustrations wrap its underlying themes in tales of wonder.

About the Author:

Steve Reedy, MA, LPC, began writing at age ten when his younger sister asked him to write a short story for her English class. The story went on to win his sister several awards. Later he decided to write his own stories and win his own awards. He received his undergraduate degree in Theatre, Film, and Television at the University of California, Los Angeles. He received a master’s degree in counseling at Argosy University’s College of Psychology and Behavioral Science in Dallas, Texas, and is a licensed professional counselor. Reedy also holds licenses in varying forms of bodywork and teaches classes in Reiki, yoga, and meditation. He teaches as an adjunct professor, and has experience teaching and counseling children, the latter lead him to be featured in “Dallas Child Magazine.” To learn more about the author, and his work, visit:

View Steve Reedy for more information.

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